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August 10, 2014
Two interesting and seemingly competitive 2-year-old stakes in the middle of the late pick four for Sunday really enhance the sequence. The invaluable DRF Ticketmaker screen capture below lays out A-B-C play, but if your bankroll, like mine, still is ...
DRF handicapper Dan Illman takes a closer look at juveniles running at Del Mar.
After hopefully winning the first daily double Sunday at Del Mar using race-1 “likely winner” Tatum’s Gold to race 2 “upset candidate” I’vegotafeeling, a portion of the profits can be used to wager a $1 pick three on races 5-7. The cost is $54.
Evangeline Downs leading rider Colby Hernandez had a big night Saturday when he booted home five winners on the nine-race program.
The turf course played safe and fair Saturday at Del Mar. The speed backed up, and the closers closed. To be fair, the La Jolla winner Enterprising did not merely close – he exploded. It was another “wow” performance. Now is time to preview Sunday.
Sunday’s card at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club offers some nice opportunities throughout, and I’ll look to make a few plays over the course of the nine races.
Dancing Roy improved his record to four wins in five starts Saturday night at Charles Town by scoring a clear-cut victory in the Robert G. Leavitt Stakes.
Private Prospect parlayed his success in the Prairie Gold Juvenile into a neck triumph in Saturday's $100,000 Prairie Juvenile Mile.
Going into the Minnesota Oaks, the only question regarding the 1-9 favorite Sky and Sea was if she could stretch out and win in her first try at two turns. She answered her backers with a resounding yes, pulling away from the field in the lane to ...
Hall of Fame trainer Jerry Holldendorfer sent a horse Saturday to Emerald Downs, and the results were as expected. Lady Fifty Two raced to an easy victory in the $65,000 Washington Oaks and paid $3.80 as the heavy favorite in a field of seven ...